BY JAIMIE JULIA WINTERS
With almost half of Montclair’s residents paying rent rather than a mortgage and COVID-19 bringing severe job and wage loss, government officials and housing advocates are doing what they can to help.
The Montclair Department of Health and Human Services, HOMECorp, and Montclair Community Farms are offering ways to community garden and public workshops in Montclair.
All public workshops sponsored by the New Jersey Healthy Communities Network are $15 per person for non-members, free for Community Gardeners of Miller Street...
By ERIN ROLL
Friday, Aug. 17, is a harvest day at the Montclair Community Farms’ main garden on Orange Road.
A group of young volunteers from the Urban Farm Youth Program, a division of Rutgers’ 4-H program, weighs baskets of tomatoes, cucumbers and green beans at a table in the center of the garden. The commun...
By LINDA MOSS
Saying that proposed federal-tax changes will be devastating for New Jersey residents, the Township Council weighed in on the issue Tuesday night by passing a resolution against the legislation that will eliminate so-called “SALT” deductions.
By LINDA MOSS
Coming up on the second anniversary of the Pathmark at Lackawanna Plaza closing, a coalition of Montclair organizations is exploring ways to help local senior citizens, as well as others impacted by the supermarket’s demise, get access to food.